Pick 'n Mix Your South African Adventures

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Travellers wishing to fill a couple of days in their itinerary can also choose one ofrepparttar extended adventures that comprise of a few days / nights, which include accommodation and transport. These adventures extend a little further downrepparttar 148105 track ... some head east alongrepparttar 148106 breathtaking Garden Route towardsrepparttar 148107 Addo Elephant Park and others head north towardsrepparttar 148108 spectacular Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.

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The Bottom Line On Yacht

Written by John Thompson

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Additional health insurance is advised but not essential, although you should especially consider this for foreign travel of any kind not just charter vacations.

Another good idea is to take cancellation or curtailment insurance because many charter companies require a deposit of up to 50%. If you any of your party cancel or need to finishrepparttar vacation early, this insurance will become invaluable.

Charter vacation destinations.

But where should you go? There are many places you can charter a yacht, so you should consider exactly what you are looking for in your vacation.

The Galapagos is an archipelago that consists of 13 volcanic islands as well as 40 small islands. It is a haven of beautiful plants and exotic animals including marine iguanas and sea lions,repparttar 148104 weather is very good, and there are many coves and incredibly picturesque beaches to relax on and around.

The Bahamas is a popular destination consisting of more than 700 islands. There are countless cays and beaches to explore as well as some incredible nightlife and beautiful settings. The reef and shallow waters make this a safe place for families to charter a yacht.

And then thereísrepparttar 148105 Greek Islands. One ofrepparttar 148106 worldís most enchanting cruising grounds, with ancient history and culture at every turn. Islands such as Lesvos, Mykonos and Paros offer a combination of breathtaking scenery and history.

Still inrepparttar 148107 Mediterranean - atrepparttar 148108 western end - there arerepparttar 148109 Balearic islands offrepparttar 148110 coast of Spain. Thereís Majorca, itís smaller sibling Menorca, andrepparttar 148111 hedonistic playground of Ibiza. Youíll find it a little busier thanrepparttar 148112 Greek islands, but onrepparttar 148113 plus siderepparttar 148114 back up and support is first class.

On torepparttar 148115 Caribbean: It has it all. Many different cultures and nationalities, hundreds and hundreds of islands to explore, and clear blue waters. Yachting at itís best.

The choice of destinations is amazing, andrepparttar 148116 beauty of chartering a yacht is that you are free to explore at your own pace. Alternatively, drop anchor, pour a stiff drink and soak uprepparttar 148117 sun!

© 2005 John Thompson

John Thompson is webmaster for http://www.yacht-and-boat-charters.com , an online information resource for yacht and boat chartering.

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